72moonglum

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  1. You know, this centaur reminds me of the centaurs in the Fantasia movie. Very nicely painted!
  2. Thanks guys! Sorry, I didn't even notice your comments!
  3. Love the colors. Are you using the drow skin Reaper triad?
  4. Ah, sweet memory lane.....
  5. I'd imagine with a figure so black he'd be kind of difficult, but I think you did a nice job. I really like the mounted one!
  6. Please don't stop! Mooooore!!!
  7. I don't know if I'd ever have the patience to paint a siege engine/war cannon but I do want to at least get the other engineer with the shovel and paint him.
  8. Great new batch! I know you've got to have thousands of these lying around, so don't dawdle, keep posting!
  9. Good evening all, so I finished these two this morning, that come from an old Ral Partha set called I think Dwarven Steam Cannon, that was resurrected in a recent Ral Partha Kickstarter. I don't have the actual steam cannon, but I do have two of the three dwarves that operate the contraption, which are here: I made them pretty much the same color of uniform, because they are running the same big machine, just varying essentially their hair color. They do both have eyes and they are painted, but they are under those furrowed hairy brows. Here they are together: There is a third engineer, who is actually working, he's got a shovel and he's picking up coal, but that's a figure I just don't happen to be the proud owner of. I'll have to pick that one up one of these days to complete my little trio of dwarves. Remember that these are old school Partha, so they are pretty small sized figures. They probably take up about 1/3 to 1/4 the lead of a modern dwarf these days and are probably about 20 mm tall. I really do like these figures, as they are some of the few non-bellicose figures from that time, no weapons, just working (even though they are running a cannon). Anyhow, simple paint jobs, and I hope you enjoy them!
  10. So nice, love your contrasts as always!
  11. Links on the Lost Mini Wiki: http://www.miniatures-workshop.com/lostminiswiki/index.php?title=Image:Rp-13-035.jpg http://www.miniatures-workshop.com/lostminiswiki/index.php?title=Children_of_the_Night#13-038
  12. They are some really old Partha pieces sculpted by Dennis Mize. I think the date stamped on them was 1979 but I could be wrong. They were part of Dennis Mize's "Children of the Night" series. The female samurai was from a set of Samurai Adventurers or player characters and the dwarf samurai was from a pack of dwarf player characters too. They are both still out on the Ral Partha online catalogue to purchase and the dwarf samurai was recently added to their Chaos Wars line as well.
  13. Or even some kind of crazy cleric! He's got a club as to not shed blood, and he's got booze!
  14. Now that you've created a board, will it be painted and decorated and made into a thing of beauty?
  15. Every nice! Was it hard to paint around the transluscent plastic?